I have a large collection of new nail displays to show you today. Since I have so much, I’m going to jump right in.
First up, If you haven’t grabbed any of the China Glaze Bohemian Luster Chrome Collection yet, Ulta still has them. These duo-chrome polishes are gorgeous.
Also on the duo-chrome bandwagon are the new Sally Hansen Lustre Shine polishes. I was especially impressed by the shades “Firefly” and “Lava”, and of course it goes without saying, there is the obligatory Peridot dupe. These were spied at Walgreens.
At Target, I saw the new Sally Hansen Glitter Crackle Overcoat polishes. Although I’m not interested in expanding my crackle polish stash, these glitter crackles are super cute.
Also at Target, I spotted the new Sinful Colors Sinfully Magnetic polishes. It looks to me like they all have a star burst design for the magnet which is attached to the bottle.
There are quite a few nail wrap/sticker/strip collections out, and the first I have to show are these Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Strips that are exclusive to Target. The collection contains four designs that are all snake skin patterns.
Speaking of Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Strips, I saw at Ulta that the Halloween collection is out. Of the five patterns, two are repeats of last year (“Spun for You”- a spiderweb pattern, and “Numbskull”- a skull and crossbones pattern). The three new patterns include candy corn, jack-o-lantern faces, and bats.
Kiss has a new line of their Nail Dress stickers for Halloween. I was not impressed with the bejeweled version of Kiss Nail Dress that I tried earlier this year, but for one night, they would probably suffice.
Or, if you want another Halloween option, Ulta had these Fright Night Nail Wraps in six fabulous designs. I was really interested in the super cool patterns offered, but you know me, I’m a SH Salon Effects girl.
If you aren’t into nail wraps, you can always go with the RIP headstone polishes that Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild makes every year. For only $1.99, you can’t go too wrong. That way you can forget about your nails and worry about the rest of your costume.
Nails are still the number one accessory, and that is obvious by how many new nail displays keep popping up. These days, on nails, anything goes. Have fun and express your creative side.